As was previously reported, most people backstage got a good laugh out of Titus O'Neil's mishap at Greatest Royal Rumble, including WWE Chairman & CEO Vince McMahon. According to a report from PWInsider.com, the decision was made to show the replay to fans from multiple angles, mainly because it wasn't initially caught on camera but the commentators saw it and were laughing, so they wanted to show the viewers what had happened and why the commentators were laughing.
It was also previously reported that Titus and WWE are defendants in a lawsuit that was filed by a former cameraman who claims that Titus injured him during the filming of the WWE Network show called Swerved.
In an update on that situation, EWrestlingNews.com reports that WWE has filed a motion in the U.S. District Court Middle District of Florida to have themselves dismissed as a defendant in the lawsuit, as they claim that the State of Florida has no jurisdiction over the Connecticut-based WWE.
Titus O'Neil was able to get the case moved from California to Florida, but he hasn't filed a response since then.